Kaja and Stine and the Dog Napper

Baugstø, Line: Kaja og Stine og hundetyven

One dark evening Stine goes to visit Kaja. On the way, she hears a lot of strange noises, but finds reasonable explanations for all of them. It must be the sound of the wind blowing through the trees, she thinks. But when she sees a flashing light, she decides to run the rest of the way. The next day they learn that a dog has disappeared.

Kaja and Stine start investigating. Their investigation leads them to a lady who says her daughter doesn’t always know right from wrong. She tells them that the daughter borrowed the dog because she wanted to comfort her sick mother. Everything ends well. The mother of the “thief” is really nice and Kaja and Stine gain a new friend.


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